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The Pap Rap
By: Natalie Quinn
The PAP CORP at Valencia Palms held its opening fund raiser, “Let Us Entertain You,” on April 6th, to a sold-out audience.
Lindy Spero and Robin Wilk took us down memory lane with their wonderful songs from the late 40’s. What a treat. “Script In Hands” players delighted us with two short comic plays one, a take-off on the “Honeymooners,” with Larry Block, Barbara Korsen and Alan Greenberg who wrote the script. The Communal Dressing Room was performed by Carole Kay Block, Sandy Goren, Barbara Hyman and Maxine Levy, written by Norma Ephron and directed by Barbara Korsen.
Our home- grown comedians, Annette Weber and Joel Litow had us laughing off our seats. They are such clever funny people on and off stage.
The talents of Norma Rogers on Piccolo and Sue Boericke on Piano brought a hush over the of audience with their beautiful rendition of Le Rossognol De L’Opera.
The finale, Michael Lereah on vocals and guitar and Ken Oliver on harmonica accompanied on piano by Roy Rosenfeld, with a spectacular rendition of Billy Joel’s “Piano Man.”
All of this was made possible by the efforts and tireless determination of Norma Rogers assisted by Claire Schubert. Photos were taken by Dennis Paul. Sound Technicians Bev Roberts, Larry Spero and Art Weinberg. An extra treat, take home goody bags, was provided by the hospitality committee Gail Ziv, Ileen Messinger and Rhonda Palant.
The atmosphere was so cheerful; everyone was greeting the neighbors they hadn’t seen in a year or more. It was great. Thank you, Pap!